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The mental, intellectual, spiritual and psychological features of African captivity, was the subjection of a mindset into systems of perpetual dependance and servitude.

Colonialism and neo-colonialism are words that describe the political processes of systematic containment, but what does the words really mean, and how are they applied in the broadest practical terms of knowing the true history and legacy of that event?

Starting with the conquest through the fanatical Arabic forces, followed by the European tribal hordes. The captivity of Africa and its nations were generational, going back to over one thousand years.

Among the original 14 European nations and finally the 7 major nations, did not achieve African conquest all by themselves. They were assisted by outbreaks new unknown diseases like smallpox, weakening African populations who had no immunity against them, unlike the Europeans who were immune.

Unsual lack of rainfall caused devastating droughts in many regions. Food shortages killed large numbers of people and animal livestock. Crops were destroyed by plagues of locusts. Due the population state of physical and mental weakness, the armies were weakened and the people were unable to withstand the Europeans onslaughts.

Competing rivalries between African leaders, offered the opportunity of divide and rule. The Europeans used more powerful weapons, like the new maxim gun firing eleven bullets per seconds continuously. Now, after hundred of years, the continent and land of Africa areal totally free Independent countries. The passionate desire is for all 54 States to be united and functioning as one, for the benefits of all the people. Appear to be a dream that will never be realised, without returning to the ancient barbaric laws, rules and Rights of Conquest.

A Bond Certificate of African ownership – issued to the Chinese Imperial Government in April 1896

In the mid 20th century, China was in abject poverty, fragmented and under-developed. Their model of achievements were designed and applied for a specific purpose, and could only work there.

The Chinese may not have the same indignation as Africa, but the reason for this example is to show the unique African crisis and dilemma are not unsurmountable.

With the new Cultural Revolution directed by chairman Mao Zedong, from the 1960s China went through a dramatic modernisation process of unification, progress and transformation.

The ethos and philosophy was New Socialism, not hardened communist, like the version visible in Eastern European countries.

There is nothing in the way to prevent African progress. Now, the major barriers of hinderance are leaders without clear visions of the future, plus the added lack of skills and abilities to move forward from a place of unity.

Formed, etched and deeply set within minds, are the image, likeness, behaviour patterns of their former colonial masters and mistresses. The African nations were captivated, and imprisoned in highly complex forms of both physical and mental arrested development.

Right now, the continent are free sovereign states, but there are many Africa filled with millions of different tribes. There are British Africa – French Africa – Portuguese Africa – Spanish Africa – Belgium Africa – German Africa – Italian Africa – Arabic Africa. The continent contains all the resources that it needs to independently progress rapidly to any destination. Yet, to arrive at agreements, the task of unity seems be making attempts to ascend above the pinnacle of paradise.

African Modern Migration & Brain Drain

Foundations are urgently needed, and it is not necessary to think in terms of centuries. Unity will not be achieved through 80-90 years old men in political seats of power. Even if it’s the last thing they are able to do in order to redeem themselves, “Mr & Mrs government rulers, please prepare a future for the youths today.”

Contemporary Africa place in the world, is in the mind, will and hands of the young adult professionals. Working hard practicing their professions at home and abroad.

They are in practice designing and creating the New African World. According to their own visions, perceptions and motivation, with considerations of the current social, economic and cultural needs of the continent. Think African Humanity, one people, one nation. The African Postman.